We wonder what nameplates will get the axe
If a recent report by Reuters turns out to be true, it's only a matter of time before internal combustion engines (ICE) start disappearing from Hyundai's lineup.Sources close to Hyundai have told the news outlet that the South Korean
The brand is going fully-electric
It appears the BMW Group is dead serious about cleaning up its act. The German car company has announced that it will begin shifting towards cleaner powertrains this decade, starting with Mini-which will fully ditch the internal combustion engine (ICE) by
Do you share the same sentiments?
We've said it before and we'll say it again: The future of the automotive industry is electric.For starters, Jaguar is going 100% electric by 2025 and Volvo by 2030. Ford wants a fully-electric lineup in Europe by 2030
“We should maintain the combustion engine as long as possible”
Guess who's back?Top Gear spoke with Stephan Winkelmann back in 2016 on the last day of his 11-year tenure as president and CEO of Lamborghini. Now, following Stefano Domenicali's departure to lead Formula 1, Winkelmann has returned to
The hows and whys of this tool
The internal combustion engine (ICE) is a marvelous thing, harnessing the power of liquid hydrocarbons-ergo: gasoline or diesel fuel-to create motive force for motor vehicles. But over the years, after hundreds of thousands of kilometers and millions of engine revolutions,
EU neighbors urged to do the same
If you live in Germany, chances are your internal-combustion-powered car could soon go the way of the dinosaur. In a bid to clean up the ill-effects of fossil-fuel emissions that have damaged the atmosphere and the climate, German
Variable compression explained
When Nissan announced that it was going to put a variable compression engine on the market, the reactions ranged from "Oh, wow!" to "It's never going to work." But Nissan's clever new technology has a lot going for it. Yet
Believes only small cars will be fully electric
While the number of electric-powered cars on the road is rising, the research-and-development head of Daimler AG and Mercedes-Benz believes that it will take two to three more decades before the production of internal-combustion engines begins to
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